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New issue! 2G N.71 E2A Piet Eckert & Wim Eckert


E2A is an architectural studio founded in 2001 by the brothers Piet and Wim Eckert in Zurich. The selection of works and projects showcased in this issue of 2G is prefaced by two introductions to the work of Piet and Wim Eckert, one written by Austrian architect Adolf Krischanitz and the other by Italian critic Mario Carpo. Find out more...

Lina Bo Bardi. Built work


More than ten years ago we published this 2G monograph covering Lina Bo Bardi's built work. At last it is published in Portuguese, its original language. Find out more...

ABC from Joan Miró's universe


Letters and words are presented and represented using an infinite variety of registers, techniques and emotions from Miró’s universe, giving us the opportunity to discover the creative power of a linguistic and visual dialogue with the world. Find out more...

From Industry to Art in Barcelona


From Industry to Art. Shaping a Design Market through Luxury and Fine Crafts (Barcelona 1714-1914) examines the historical origins of design in Barcelona emerging during the modern era, the extensive period spanning 1714 to 1914. It charts the different stages of the industrial revolution exploring theory, the work of artists and artisans, the articles produced by industry and the ways in which these products were consumed. Find out more...

Paisea, the landscape architecture review

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Paisea has been published every three months for the past 4 years, and its rigour, depth and timeliness have already established it as one of the most important international journals on landscape architecture. Since 2009 it has been joined by PaiseaDOS, twice-yearly extended issues dedicated to specific countries. Don't miss out!

2G rediscovers you the masters of modern and contemporary architecture

Paulo Mendes da Rocha, complete works, living works

Paulo Mendes da Rocha (Vitória do Espírito Santo, 1928) received the Pritzker Prize in 2006. Known internationally as a result of the constructi... See post